Hubei Guangxin Ecological Agriculture Development Co., Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guangxin Science and Education Group. It was founded in 2003 to seize the huge market of green living in the future, with a registered capital of 20 million RMB and existing assets of nearly 1 billion RMB. It consists of Guangxin Ecological Farm Co., Ltd., Guangxin Yongxing Walnut Base, Guangxin Songhe Forest Fruit Base and many other branches. Located in Jingshan County, Hubei Province, the company is specialized in developing forest fruit economy and modern ecological agriculture. It has a 100,000-mu walnut industrial park and a 50,000-mu timber forest with ownership.At the same time, it also boasts the world’s only 1,000-acre bonsi garden featuring 4,000 fraxinus hepehensis, a national second-class protected plant and also a 1,000-acre ecological high-end aquaculture base. In 2018, it also started to build a 2,000-acre fruit picking garden which will be the largest one with the widest range of fruits in Central China. It has been credited as “National Demonstration Site for Leisure Agriculture and Rural Tourism” and “Key Leading Enterprise of Forestry Industrialization in Hubei Province”, while also among the first batch of “National Key Leading Forestry Enterprises”.
With Lush green hills, murmuring streams, fresh air and picturesque countryside scenery, here is far from industrial pollution as well as the hustle and bustle of modernization. Completely original spring water, forest vegetation and eco-cycle system all make it a perfect place to develop ecological agriculture and organic food. Protecting ecological environment has become a tradition and practice of the company where there is a consensus on maintaining natural landscape and avoiding any chemical pollution.
The company is committed to transforming Dingjichong Village into a cultural and tourist village in the style of Ming and Qing dynasties, with a 10,000-mu high-quality orchard base, a 10,000-mu high-quality timber forest base, a 1,000-acres flower and seedling bonsai base, and a 1,000-acre of non-polluting aquaculture base. The goal is to make Ding Jiachong the “First Village of Central China” with convenient transportation, rich culture and prosperous tourism!